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On 5/14/2013 4:32 AM, 胡小柯 wrote:
I want to set the outline level of the selected words same as title1
style, for example:

Abstract: LibreOffice is a wonderful office suit as free software. It
has been widely used. balabala....

As you can see above, "Abstract" is in the same paragraph as the
following sentences. I want to set "Abstract" as title1, not the whole
If I simply apply title1 style, then the paragraph is seen in the
table of contents, which is not what I want. I could not just select
"Abstract", and apply the title1 style too. It doesn't work, but it
works in MSoffice. So, what should I do ? Any suggestion is

I think you are going about it wrong. Paragraph styles are applied to paragraph-level objects, which can be actual paragraphs, headings, list items, etc. And if you turn on the non-printing characters like paragraph marks you can see each time you create a paragraph-level object because there will be a paragraph mark at the end. So if you are trying to apply a paragraph style, LibreOffice is correctly applying it to the whole paragraph-level object.

If you want to apply a different style to a portion of a paragraph-level object you want to use a Character style. In the Styles and Formatting window that is the second icon, right next to Paragraph styles. You can define that any way you want and apply it to just a letter, a few letters, a word, or a few words.


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